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Artist behind Portuguese dairy mural to show paintings in Tiburon Town Hall exhibit

Artist João de Brito’s oil-on-canvas works to be on display at Tiburon Town Hall include ‘Warm Hills & Field.'

A new exhibit featuring the landscape artist who designed the Portuguese dairy mural along the Old Rail Trail near McKegney Green opens this week at Tiburon Town Hall.

“Reflections,” showcasing the work of João de Brito and hosted by the town’s Heritage and Arts Commission, kicks off July 14 with an artist’s reception from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Town Hall gallery. De Brito will be on hand to discuss his art, and Mike Moyle, a historian with the Sausalito Portuguese Cultural Center, will talk about the Azorean immigration to Marin and its major role in the dairy business.

The exhibit runs through July 31.

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